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Mount Haven Hotel
Turnpike Road
Marazion

Penzance
Cornwall

TR17 0DQ | View map
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One of the World's Top Nine Secret Hotels - CNN January 2011 (Frommers)

With breath-taking views across the bay to St Michael's Mount, The Mount Haven feels simultaneously luxurious yet relaxed. An unusual East-meets-West blend in West Cornwall. An intimate boutique hotel with amazing food, views and rooms. The terrace is the perfect place to kick back and relax over lunch or watch the sunset whilst sipping an aperitif and browsing through the inspiring and forward-thinking menu. Personal service, luxury accommodation and large private balconies with amazing views across the sea to St Michael's Mount provide the perfect place to just lie back and chill out. A team of dedicated holistic therapists are available to massage away the deepest tension.

The Mount Haven's crowning glory is its fabulous award-winning restaurant. Head Chef James Morris has been awarded 2 AA rosettes for fine dining and goes to great lengths to create amazing dishes sourced from the very best of the local suppliers in West Cornwall. Classic dishes work in harmony with the season and locally sourced food is enhanced by modern techniques produced by a young, talented team. The wine list strays off the beaten track to offer something a bit different from around the world while not neglecting good value favourites.

Nestling into cliffs just 400 yards from the little town of Marazion, Mount Haven is in the perfect location to visit the beautiful expanses of golden beaches that the Far West Peninsula specialises in. The walks along the spectacular cliffs and valleys, the wild-life, incredible sub-tropical gardens, National Trust stately homes, the incredibe Minack Theatre open to the elements at Porthcurno beach, neolithic villages, stone circles, wild-life safaris, surfing, fishing, golf - whatever your preferences - West Cornwall is wild and wonderful and waiting to be explored. Or you just might ljust decide to lie back and and just enjoy the view.

The Mount Haven has a large free car park for guests so there's none of the usual hassle of trying to park the car.

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Nearest Train Station: Penzance
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 stars
Two Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: £100 - £170
Twin: £100 - £170
Single: £80 - Single occupancy
Suite: £160 - £210
Four Poster: £150 - £190
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Restaurant

Name: St Michaels Restaurant at the Mount Haven
Cuisine: Modern British - maximising use of local produce & fresh fish
Chef: James Morris
Awards: Two AA Rosettes

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Open All Year
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Special Offers

2 and 3 night Spring Getaway Breaks 2011
including Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
available from 8th February until 21st April 2011
All prices are per room, based on two adults sharing
2 nights / 3 nights
Standard Balcony Double/Twin Room with sea views £320.00 / £450.00
Garden View Double/Twin Room £315.00 / £450.00
Double/Twin Room with Patio garden, no sea view £335.00 / £480.00
Superior Balcony Double/Twin Room, wide bay views £380.00 / £550.00
Four-Poster Double with balcony £400.00 / £575.00
Double Deluxe £460.00 / £650.00
Single occupancy of a double room with sea views £215.00 / £320.00
Longer breaks are available, charged pro-rata
and for that special Romantic Break ...
Champagne in room on arrival £38.00
Champagne on arrival and a delicious 1 hour holistic massage each £95.00

One Night Spring Get-Aways 2011
available from 8th February until 21st April 2011
(Sunday to Thursday nights)
Rates below are per room per night for two persons
'Escape for a night' ... Superior room with balcony - dinner, bed and breakfast and half a bottle of Champagne £210.00
'Escape and Recharge for a night' ... as above, including a relaxing 1 hour massage each £280.00

Offers posted Mon 17th Jan 2011

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Sample Menu:


Specials are added daily

Starters

Soup of the Day
£5.50

Parsip and apple brulée
Herb salad, bread tuille
£6.95

River Exe mussels
Chilli, garlic and lemon
£7.25

Breast of Pigeon
herb spaetzler,sweet & sour beetroot
£7.50

Belly of Gloucester Old Spot pork
Choucroute, smoked sausage, Madeira & caper sauce
£7.00

Dressed Cornish crab salad
£7.95


Main Courses

Fillet of Brill
Braised squid, caramelised fennel, red wine
£17.00

Bass
Parsley risotto, surf clams, pickled salsify
£17.50

John Dory
Oxtail ravioli, poached quails eggs, herb beurre blanc
£17.95

Breast of Duck
Confit leg, spiced red cabbage, compressed pear
£17.25

St Just Lamb
potted cabbage celeriac purée, masadoine of root vegetables
£18.50

Puddings

White chocolate mouse
dark chocolate sorbet
£6.50

Poached rhubarb
candied fennel, mascarpone sorbet
£6.50

Tarte-tatin
hazelnut ice-cream
£6.50

Whisky & oatmeal parfait
ginger cake, lemon sorbet, honeycomb
£6.50





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